PACS numbers

84.60.Jt Photoelectric conversion: solar cells and arrays 95.40.+s Artificial Earth satellites
  1. G.F. Novikov, M.V. Gapanovich “Third generation Cu-In-Ga-(S,-Se) based solar inverters60 161–178 (2017)
    81.05.Hd, 84.60.Jt, 88.40.fc, 88.40.jn (all)
  2. V.A. Milichko, A.S. Shalin et alSolar photovoltaics: current state and trends59 727–772 (2016)
    42.25.Bs, 42.79.Wc, 61.46.−w, 71.20.Nr, 71.20.Rv, 72.40.+w, 72.80.Cw, 84.60.Jt (all)
  3. S.A. Voronov, S.V. Borisov, A.V. Karelin “Electron-proton separation in calorimetry experiments directly measuring the composition and energy spectrum of cosmic rays52 879–890 (2009)
    29.40.Vj, 95.40.+s, 95.55.Vj (all)
  4. M. Nagatomo, S. Sasaki et alSolar power systems (SPS) — investigations at the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science of Japan37 589–599 (1994)
    95.40.+s, 84.60.Jt (all)
  5. V.A. Vanke, V.M. Lopukhin, V.L. Savvin “Satellite solar power stations20 989–1001 (1977)
    84.60.Jt, 89.30.+f, 94.80.Rz
  6. V.I. Moroz, L.V. Ksanfomaliti, A.É. Nadzhip “’Mars-3′: Astrophysical Studies of the Lower Atmosphere and the Surface of the Planet16 741–742 (1974)
    96.30.Gc, 96.12.Jt, 95.40.+s (all)
  7. S.N. Vernov, A.E. Chudakov “Investigations of cosmic radiation and of the terrestrial corpuscular radiation by means of rockets and satellites3 230–250 (1960)
    95.40.+s, 96.50.S−, 94.30.Va, 94.80.+g (all)
  8. G.G. Getmantsev, V.L. Ginzburg, I.S. Shklovskii “Radio astronomical investigations with the aid of artificial satellites1 65–67 (1958)
    95.40.+s, 98.70.Vc, 96.50.sb (all)
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